Eric Eimstad, a vice president of sales and marketing for the Miami Seaquarium amd former trainer for Lolita, directs the orca in this 2002 photograph.
Eric Eimstad, a vice president of sales and marketing for the Miami Seaquarium amd former trainer for Lolita, directs the orca in this 2002 photograph. Nuri VAllbona Miami Herald Staff
Eric Eimstad, a vice president of sales and marketing for the Miami Seaquarium amd former trainer for Lolita, directs the orca in this 2002 photograph. Nuri VAllbona Miami Herald Staff

Lolita, Miami Seaquarium’s orca, may win federal protection

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